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Zoonoses are increasingly recognized as an important burden on global public health in the 21 st century. High-resolution, long-term field studies are critical for assessing both the baseline and future risk scenarios in a world of rapid…

… znali izkoristiti priložnosti, ki jih ponuja ekonomija. We live in a world of novelty, innovation and change. The biggest changes emerge in correlation with technology, computers and the Internet. All companies are changing a part of if not…

world of illusions of own benefit, and «Don Quixote», faced with the harsh reality, chooses the «kingdom of phantoms» and death. The conflict of city and village in M. Khvylovyy’s prose is analyzed. City for M. Khvylovyy – educated,…

… human being 2 ̆ 7 s prosperity in a world of God 2 ̆ 7 s life. Regarding Hell, it is pointed out as necessity to redress the vision of God who “is punishing and determining someone for destruction”. On contrary, a human being decides…

The economic collapse has left the promises of modernity unfulfilled. Meanwhile a world of plural values and modes of life had emerged. The crisis was mirrored on the local level in urban and rural areas. When agricultural cashcrop…

… individually achieved has aroused debates in youth studies. Nowadays young people live in a world of social media where they utilize multimedia resources to express themselves and manage interpersonal relationships in different ways. Facebook…

Young men and women of Moroccan descent in the Netherlands live in a world of many different social groups. Brought up by their parents to be ‘good’ Moroccans and Muslims, many have – well into their teens – lived with the expectation that…

… are asked to prepare promotional material, recipes, magazine articles, speeches and a world of other such things every day. You 2 ̆ 7 re going to be a full-fledged home economist soon, so you see, you do need to know how to write…

You know that electronic device where you with just a simple click on a button can open a world of knowledge?  This device is the television, the most powerful weapon in the media world. But with all this power comes great responsibility.

… chat services. You can now access the Internet on most mobile phones and whilst this access brings a world of incredible opportunities in terms of communication, interaction and entertainment, there are certain potential risks to children…

… substitution, and heralds a third, revolutionary stage in which all that is fixed becomes mobile. Stage two will be one of transition from an environment of limited bandwidths and small but rapidly growing markets, to a world of re-usable and…

Will there be enough plant nutrients to feed a world of 9 billion in 2050 ? is the central question addressed by a JRC study. This exercise was based on consultations with experts and a thematic workshop focused on three areas of interest:…

Wiesel brilliantly evokes the world of medieval European Jewry, a world of profound scholars and closed communities ravaged by outbursts of anti-Semitism and decimated by the Crusades. The incomparable scholar Rashi, whose phrase-by-phrase…

… department, ’ and imtion of residuals throughout tion cycle, not just at disposrm tends to confuse means since it implies that contintion is good per se. But the be defined reductions in risk mental impact. Reducing to an end in itself in a world of sources;…

… literature is leveraged to catalyze research and theory towards cross-national helping in a world of great disparity in material well-being. …

… various chapters, this conceptual frame is declined in different areas of research, either consolidated ones or new fields. Self-development tips In a fresh and engaging style, the book transports the readers in a world of situations and…

… death just 2 years later, our Journal of Humanistic Psychology working group was faced with these questions anew. Today, in a world of colliding political, economic, environmental, and cultural forces, his research into human values has left…

Whisper is a visually decadent, aurally immersive performance that asks the audience to question ‘what is real’ in a world of increasing technological sophistication. Each audience member is given a set of headphones through which they…

… typically asked when meeting new people is ‘so what do you do?’ Individuals and organisations are now part of a world of work where the only constant is change and this chapter will outline on a practical level how we can understand the world of work from the individual’s perspective…

… both financial crisis and broader geopolitical/economic transformations). This report sets out to explore future social problems in a world of disruptive technological change and economic uncertainty. In particular, we are interested in…

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